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New Trans-Siberian rail link would mean passengers could travel from London to Tokyo

The Japanese plan would bypass the Trans-Siberian's final stop, Vladivostok, and connect to the northerly Japanese island of Hokkaido instead, requiring a new 26-mile tunnel.
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